Luck chain letter.  Good luck type with 30 names. Second of Gamble & Suttle. US, 1922.

                                                     Felix, Ala. June 13, 1922.

Claude Sanders            to           Phil Gleischman
Phil Gleischman           to           M. H. Starr
M. H. Starr               to           J. V. Allen
J. V. Allen               to           Geo. Rencher
George Rencher            to           P. J. Schlossman
P. J. Schlossman          to           Henry Maukenscht
Henry Maukenscht          to           Alex Mayares
Alex Mayares              to           Frank Norse
Frank Norse               to           J. A. Wheeler
J. A. Wheeler             to           E. H. Sell
E. H. Sell                to           John M. Cooper
John M. Cooper            to           Chas. L. Mitchell
Chas. L. Mitchell         to           D. W. Collins
D. W. Collins             to           John Dornett, Jr.
John Dornett, Jr.         to           J. Henry Smith
J. Henry Smith           to            L. P. Joseph
L. P. Joseph              to           Geo. R. Wilson
Geo. R. Wilson            to            Geo. P. Wagner
Geo. P. Wagner            to            A. E. Key
A. E. Key                 to           Hector L. Lane
Hector L. Lane            to           C. M. Sherrod
C. M. Sherrod             to            Wm. Feagin
Wm. Feagin                 to           Bill Black
Bill Black                to            R. F. Hudson
R. F. Hudson              to            Geo. Dement
Geo. Dement               to            Amos Wilson
Amos Wilson               to            Frank P. Folmar
Frank P. Folmar           to            Walter S. Coleman
Walter S. Coleman         to            A. A. Gambill
A. A. Gambill             to           J. F. Suttle
J. F. Suttle              to

Copy this out and sent to nine (9) people whom you wish good luck.
The chain was started by an American Officer and should go three
times around the world.

     DO NOT BREAK THE CHAIN, for whoever does will have BAD LUCK.
Do it within twenty-four hours and count nine days and you will
have some great good fortune.

                      "Let all go smiling through 1922."

Typed (blue) legal size paper. This is the copy prepared by J.F. Suttle in response to receiving the prior letter (22-06-08) from A. A. Gambill. Here gs = Gamble & Suttle hoard designation. Space for recipient left blank. Accompanied by standard size piece of paper with nine names and cities, all in Alabama, typed in black. Presumably this was Suttle's mailing list. Keystrokes preserved. Provided by Paul Brittain of Cherryville, NC to D. VanArsdale.


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